WRMC Chair Lloyd Axworthy marks World Refugee Day as 100 million people worldwide are forcibly displaced.
As Russian atrocities in Ukraine compound, the debate over how to hold Russian President Vladimir Putin and his accomplices accountable for their crimes is mounting amongst international-law experts and government policy makers.
The war in Ukraine has renewed calls to reform the United Nations – in particular, the dysfunctional Security Council. Fortunately, there is a way.
‘Canada should take the lead in promoting the development of an International Anti-Corruption Court.’ Lloyd Axworthy and Fen Osler Hampson The stunning revelations in the Pandora Papers, a leak of offshore corporate records of the rich and famous disseminated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, is but the latest in a string of eye-popping […]
Peace Magazine‘s Metta Spencer spoke with Lloyd Axworthy about his role as chair of the World Refugee & Migration Council. The following is an excerpt. METTA SPENCER: Did I read that there are 80 million people who’ve had to flee? LLOYD AXWORTHY: Actually, the latest numbers are 82 million. That’s the UN count, not including […]